The Best Storage Solutions in the Domino Shop
Because it’s a new year, and organizing should be everyone’s favorite resolution.
Published Jan 3, 2017 6:00 AM
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Before you make a list of resolutions to hit the gym or drink less wine, consider starting with organizing your home. After all, an organized home is an organized life. Here, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite storage products to help you get tidy, once and for all.
Iron clad and riveted, this catch-all box provides a stylish statement to any entryway console or coffee table. Throw in your keys or TV remotes, and you’ll never have to hunt for them again. The black iron base is wrapped in solid brass bands, each riveted for solid construction, and the bottom is covered in felt for a soft landing.
Phelan Box, $336
Remember when air travel was glamorous? Yeah, neither do we, but this steamer trunk—modeled after what the jet-setting women of the Golden Age of Travel once carried—is pretty close to the real thing. Upholstered in linen fabric and cased in gold metal, the trunk is perfect for stashing away items you use infrequently. Use it as a nightstand or side table and store blankets or rarely-used winter sweaters inside.
The Emily & Meritt Traveler’s Trunk, $299
Designer Lauren Renfrow makes all the products in her line for Times Two Design by hand in Dallas, Texas. And the majority feature some sort of precious stone. These acrylic boxes are topped in agate, each wrapped in a ring of gold. Use them in the bathroom for smaller grooming products or on a vanity for jewelry.
Acrylic Box with Agate, $120.99
The best thing about getting organized with this fabulous basket is that you’re helping out elsewhere in the world while you’re at it. Each of the baskets by Indigo Africa is designed in New York City and woven by hand by women artisans in Rwanda using locally sourced sweetgrass. All profits go back to the artisans to help fund educational opportunities.
Tall Floor Basket, $239.99
These gorgeous gold boxes are topped with alabaster lids. They’re a stunning addition to any nook or cranny in a home, and they provide a safe space for various oft-lost gadgets and doodads. Each piece in the ANNA by RabLabs collection is the brainchild of designer Anna Rabinowicz, a master at melding precious materials with modern design.
SCATOLA Box, $415
You don’t need a nautical themed home to appreciate this knotted rope bowl by Areaware. The white cast bowl is beautiful in its simplistic form but offers much in function. Use it as a catch-all in an entryway, a makeup container on a vanity, or perhaps a nightstand companion for your phone and lip balm.
Rope Knot Bowl, $79.99
This tray plays double duty in a small space. Use it as a stylish way to keep coffee table accessories—like remote controls, coasters, or candles—together. Should there be a party or the need to serve breakfast in bed, use the wood and bone tray to transport goods from point A to point B.
Serving Tray, $254.49
This large wire basket is a natural fit is in the kitchen, filled with bread and fruit, though its versatile design is good anywhere in the home. Los Angeles-based design firm Bend Goods creates unique, structural items whose unifying factor is its functionality.
22″ Basket, $250
Striking with a sharp gold finish, this set of nesting bowls is the perfect companion to an organized home. The beauty here is that being organized doesn’t mean ugly boxes and unsightly labels. Everything can have a very beautiful place.
Nest Bowls, $123.20